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Took my Dillon 650 in to the shop last week.

It was flipping primers and not dropping shells.

It had loaded over 500,000 rounds.

 

A week later the post that holds up the shell feeder came back

attached to a brand new Dillon 650. Now that is a warranty.

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You're in Canada. Does Dillon have a repair place there?

Their C/S has set a standard for others to follow.

OLG

We live in Phoenix in the winter.

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Dillon will get nothing but good reviews from me. 1) A part broke on my powder measure, looked up the part and ordered it. When I got it, it didn't fit. Called Dillon, they said my measure was an old one that they didn't have parts for anymore. They said send to it all back in and they sent me a new powder measure at no cost. 2) A piece of the ram arm broke, I looked up and ordered the part. Had to take the press completely apart to replace it. Once I had done that I wasn't happy with the way it felt. Called them and asked how much to refurbish it. I think they said 69$ and this included shipping back to me. I boxed it up and paid for shipping to them. Gave them my phone # and ask them to call when completed and I would pay by credit card. Less than 10 days later a Dillon box was on my porch. Opened up the box to find what looks like a brand new press, couldn't have been mine. Looked at the receipt because they hadn't called me. It said I owed them "0". That's hard to beat.

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Dillon will get nothing but good reviews from me. 1) A part broke on my powder measure, looked up the part and ordered it. When I got it, it didn't fit. Called Dillon, they said my measure was an old one that they didn't have parts for anymore. They said send to it all back in and they sent me a new powder measure at no cost. 2) A piece of the ram arm broke, I looked up and ordered the part. Had to take the press completely apart to replace it. Once I had done that I wasn't happy with the way it felt. Called them and asked how much to refurbish it. I think they said 69$ and this included shipping back to me. I boxed it up and paid for shipping to them. Gave them my phone # and ask them to call when completed and I would pay by credit card. Less than 10 days later a Dillon box was on my porch. Opened up the box to find what looks like a brand new press, couldn't have been mine. Looked at the receipt because they hadn't called me. It said I owed them "0". That's hard to beat.

Same here, paid to ship it back. About a week later was on the porch when I came home from work. Same thing said I owed "0"

 

 

They are the best!

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Same here, paid to ship it back. About a week later was on the porch when I came home from work. Same thing said I owed "0"

 

 

They are the best!

Same here, but only had to replace the powder measure, they are the best in my book.

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